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Complaints about `Spider-Man’ Passover shoot reach Hollywood

The unit manager for the film “The Amazing Spider-Man 2,” The Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment and a local City Councilman are all hearing the complaints of Hasidic Jews in South Williamsburg about Columbi … Full Article
 

Brooklyn bishop to hold mass of thanksgiving for new pope

Brooklyn Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio will celebrate a special bilingual mass of thanksgiving in honor of the new pope. The mass, which will be celebrated in English and Spanish, will take place tonight at the Cathedral Basilica of Saint James, 250 Jay St., at 7:30 p.m. … Full Article
 

This is an actual street sign

This sign, making fun of the fashion in which some young men let their pants droop to show off their underwear, was seen in DUMBO near the Pearl Street triangle on Friday. … Full Article
 

Brooklyn Bookbeat: Clive Davis fondly recalls Brooklyn roots in new memoir

Major music legend Clive Davis begins his recent memoir by informing his readers, “I’m a Brooklyn boy. … Full Article
 

Criminal Bar members engage in collective CLE

The typical continuing legal education class for attorneys consists of a lecture with accompanying Powerpoint slides.  … Full Article
 

LU Blackbirds, Dukes square off in First Four game

DAYTON, Ohio — A first-year coach will lead LIU Brooklyn against James Madison in the First Four. … Full Article
 
 

Sequester scare hits Lutheran HealthCare system

Officials at Lutheran HealthCare in Brooklyn are bracing themselves for devastating cuts that will have to be made as a result of the sequester battle currently playing out in Washington DC.  … Full Article
 

Court officers' softball league could end after 25 years

Brooklyn's court officers are responsible for the security and protection of the city's judges, court employees, and the general public, which can often be a tough job. As a means of letting off steam, these officers have participated in their own softball league for many years. … Full Article
 

Kings County one of 12 jurisdictions In U.S. to get domestic violence grants

Kings County District Attorney Charles J. Hynes announced Wednesday that Brooklyn was one of only 12 jurisdictions in the country to be awarded up to $200,000 in federal grant money by the U.S. … Full Article
 

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